If you do not already have one, you really need a lawyer.
These types of police reports are sometimes difficult to disprove, but once you can disprove one, and show that the government's complaining witness is lying, sometimes the prosecutors will back down and work with you on the charges they might be able to prove.
However, as I understand Westminster, they are like most municipal city attorney offices and will not usually dismiss DV charges without a plea and DV counseling.
As such, you may have to go to trial to be acquitted of these charges.
If you do not already have one, you really need a lawyer to be able to know if your case(s) are good risks or bad risks for trial so you know what your risk liability will be between a guilty plea to an offer and trial.
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What you should do is fairly simple. First and foremost, you simply must get an criminal defense attorney. There are a lot of good criminal defense attorneys on this site. Look at their profiles and webpages and contact one or more than one and find one who can help you. Do not do this alone. Period.
Second, keep records of her attempts to contact you. Do not delete emails, texts, voicemails, etc.
Third, do not, under any circumstances communicate with her either directly or through a mutual friend or anyone else.
You just need an attorney very badly. If you cannot afford a private attorney, when you go to court for the first time, request a public defender. Then you can fill out their application and see if you qualify.
Obviously, the first thing you need is a lawyer. No amount of online advice will improve your situation. You need to defend the criminal charges. You may also consider filing a police report when she threatens you as such threats constitute criminal extortion.
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